Ure Museum Database

There are 41 objects for which Decoration contains → blue
14.9.4 One-handled jug, black and blue background. Mouth very small, with a thick lip to which the black handle joins. The neck is very short and black. The shoulder is predominantly black with suggestions of circles around the circumference in black and blue bands. The body has a thick black band overlapping from the shoulder, but the rest is deep blue colour and undecorated. The foot is small and undecorated. 2008.99.0269.jpg
2005.9.1 Blue and white zig-zags 2008.99.0317.jpg
34.10.22 Pointed stephane with traces of blue; red band round top of tall base. Clay deep pink but flesh red. 2002.97.0377.jpg
34.10.24 Standing female (Leda), left leg slightly bent. Naked with cloak over left leg and held up behind by left hand; swan, with neck stretched upwards, held against right hip. Clay light brown. White slip, blue on cloak. Large rectangular opening in back. On the back of the base is a piece of paper with the number 140 written on it. 2004.95.0122.jpg
34.10.27 Round flat hat on back of head. Flesh and part of hair red, undergarment blue. Traces of red on base and red and black on support. 2005.89.0041.jpg
E.23.17 Face comprises top third of piece, angular. Detail on face uses black pigment (beard. eyebrows and what may be hair). Face and clothing in light coloured pigment, green is used around the eyes, the upper body decoration consists of a large red band, a smaller black band of dashes, a blank band, a light blue band, another black dash band, a thick black band, another dash band, another thick red band, another dash band, another blank band, another thin dash band, and finally a thick band made of black tear shaped vertical stripes. There is also some black pigment on what appears to have represented the shoulders. 2007.99.0037.jpg
E.23.40.1-4 One is a complete ring with an oblong panel on the top / front. The second piece is half a ring with what appears to be a crocodile (?) moulded on to the front. The third piece presumably was the top of the ring and is an oblong panel with incisions. All three are blue and glazed.
E.23.43.1 Long cylindrical bead, light blue in colour. 2002.98.0254.jpg
E.23.43.2 Cylindrical bead, light blue glaze, the bead is thickest at one end and tapers to it's thinnest at the other end.
E.23.43.3 Cylindrical bead, blue glaze. The bead is shaped somewhat like a bone in that the ends are bulbous either side of a thinner middle.
E.23.43.4 Short, cylindrical bead, light blue in colour.
E.23.43.5 Short, cylindrical bead, light blue in colour.
E.23.43.6 Short, cylindrical blue bead.
E.23.43.7 Short, blue bead, light blue in colour.
E.23.43.8 Flat, circular bead with a hole for threading through the middle. Light blue in colour.
E.23.43.9 Flat, circular bead, light blue in colour. The hole for threading is slightly off centre. 2008.08.0187.jpg
E.23.44 Glazed blue amulet in the shape of a head wearing a crown. The head is vaguely reminiscent of that of the dwarf god Bes. The top of the crown has been threaded for a string for wearing. The eyebrows are large triangles, above the sacred eyes which are joined. The nose is snout-like in between two puffed out cheeks. The mouth is thin lipped and small verticle lines indicate a beard. 2002.98.0994.jpg
E.23.50 Cylindrical bead in blue glaze 2002.98.0992.jpg
E.23.61 Sacred eye amulet, blue with the eye detail painted in black. A hole has been drilled through the amulet to enable wearing. 2002.98.0217.jpg
E.62.12 Blue scarab on a flat base, which has vertical lines down the top of the beetle from its throat, and patterned legs. The wings are detached, both with spanned wing decorations. Base is plain. There are 6 small holes on the points of the compass, with 2 at East and at West by the side of the scarab, and three holes on each of the wings. These are at the corners of the joining part to the body of the scarab and one at each end of the wing spans. 2008.08.0054.jpg
E.62.49 Painted with scenes and inscriptions. Vivid yellow pigment used for background. Female figure painted in red outline. Inscriptions use blue, red and green pigments. Figure is "singer of Amun". The right hand side appears to have a wooden peg going through this part of the coofin, like this was part construction of the original coffin. 2007.99.0004.jpg
E.63.12 Sacred eye amulet, light blue. The eye is crowned with a rectangular piece containing two smaller sacred eyes, a lion sits on top of this. 2008.08.0207.jpg
E.63.13A Blue glaze 2002.98.0221.jpg
E.63.13B Fragment preserves part of the lip and also the base of what was a shallow bowl. There is is a darker blue curved line following the angle of the bowl suggesting that there was a decoration at the bottom of the bowl. The piece comes from a spoilt lot from the lower levels of the city, which is suggested by the extra thick layer of glaze that is present on the lip. 2002.98.0959.jpg
E.63.13C Blue glaze fragment, once the lip of a flat dish or bowl. The top of the bowl was apparently decorated with two sculpted concentric lines, one following the lip of the bowl one just below. The interior is flat. 2002.98.0954.jpg
E.63.13D Blue glaze fragment, part of the lip of a flat dish or bowl. On the exterior two concentric ridges encircle the lip. On the interior a series of darker blue lines run parallel to the exterior ridges. 2002.98.0098.jpg
E.63.15 Below the uraeus there is a small amount of blue under this, below the chin, on the neck and around the groin, where it is quite faded. The eyes still hold a gold pigment. 2007.01.0108.jpg
E.63.16 Small blue scarab on a flat base. The beetle has a line running down its thorax and little detail around the 'mouth'. The base is decorated with an ankh and two other symetrical unidentified symbols. 2007.99.0067.jpg
E.63.17 All beads are blue glazed (faience style), shell with mother-of-pearl surface inside. 2005.89.0036.jpg
E.63.2 Sacred eye of the god Horus, originally blue. There is a hole drilled horizontally through the middle of the piece to allow threading. The details are carved into the piece, the top is a line of slightly diagonal lines, below this is a small flat line below this the detail of the actual eye which is common to all sacred eye amulets. 2002.98.0947.jpg
E.63.5 Shaped like a draughtsman or pawn chess piece, the figurine has a flat circular base, and tapers to a pointed top. Light blue colour. 2002.98.0966.jpg
E.63.7 Light blue figure of Sakhmet (lion-headed goddess, wife of Ptah). Behind the head is a hole for threading. The figure has the left arm folded over the stomach and is apparently wearing a skirt. 2002.98.0937.jpg
E.63.8 A miniature blue figure of the gods Isis and Horus, Horus as her child is sat on her lap. The detail is not clear and there is a hole in the crown of Isis presumably so the necklace could be strung for wearing. 2002.98.0935.jpg
E.65.13 Fragment of glased faience inlay, blue in colour, rectangular in shape, slightly serrated on one edge. 2002.98.0223.jpg
E.65.15 Fragment of glazed faience inlay, blue in colour, flat underside, shape unclear although detail suggests scaraboid or serpertine. 2002.98.0969.jpg
E.65.16 Minute figure of a deity, identity unclear. The figure is light blue in colour although one area of dark blue pigment remains. 2002.98.0933.jpg
L.2011.1.22 Evidence of pearlescent blue glaze in the upper part, golden in the lower part; white sediments all over. 2011.97.0128.jpg
L.2011.1.3 Fragment of medium blue glass embedded with a white-grey sediment 2011.97.0105.jpg
L.2011.1.64 Pale green, grey, pale blue and dark blue/purple tesserae on a white mortar. Grey and green tesserae are in the background; darker colours (blue/purple) create a circular shape, with lighter colours in the middle (pale blue and green). 2011.96.0096.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.106 Large fragment of coloured relief from a larger work (building or fireplace for example). Flat upper surface. Decoration, from top to bottom: red line; band of red with semi-circular patterns with leaf patterns; band divided into blocks painted into different colours (blue, red, green from left to right). Inside the red panel is a drawing in white of a four legged animal with a tail, possibly a bull. 2003.93.0140.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.107 Thinnest at top and progressively getting thicker to bottom. Reserved band at top with wide smooth area painted blue below. Beneath this is the top of of a palmette style pattern with red and blue colours alternately. 2003.93.0139.jpg
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